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- 6.30 pm - 9.30 pm (Alternate Mondays)This club for adults with autism spectrum conditions and their parents/carers meets fortnightly in Reading, normally on Monday evenings. Every other meeting takes place at The Outlook pub. Venues for the other meetings vary and can include bowling arcades, restaurants or walks. Full details of forthcoming…76/78AKings RoadReadingBerkshireRG1 3BJ
- Sunday afternoons during school termsAutism Berkshire runs free trampolining sessions for children and young people aged five to 17 with autism spectrum conditions in Bracknell. Due to reduced availability of venues and coaches, capacity is currently limited and we are not currently accepting new names on our waiting list. The…
- Last Sunday of the monthSpecial Needs screenings at Vue Cinema Reading Last Sunday of the Month at 10.15am Tickets for the Film can be bought upstairs at the refreshment kiosk or online. • If you have a wheelchair, please arrive at 09.00am, as you will need to use the lift.•…The Oracle CentreReadingRG1 2AG
- Second Sunday of the MonthAutism Friendly Screenings at Showcase Cinemas Autism Friendly screenings in partnership with not-for-profit support provider, Dimensions. Screenings will take place every second Sunday of the Month at 10am What makes the screenings autism friendly? • The lights will be on low• The volume will be…Reading RoadWinnershBerkshireRG41 5HG
- SaturdaysBB&O Feel Inspired Golf Academy Changing the lives of young people with special educational needs through golf The Feel Inspired Golf Academy is an initiative designed to bring golf to children and young people with special educational needs, intellectual or physical impairments. The emphasis is…WokinghamRG40 3RQ
- Sundays 1pm-2pmPre registering is vital for the sessions so we can plan space / coaching etc. BOB the BOBicat has arrived at Shinfield Rangers FC and he's on the look out for new boys and girls to come and play football at his new BOBiCats Football Centre!…Ryeish GreenReadingRG7 1EB
- 3rd Saturday of each monthSaturday Clubs for children with disabilities or additional needs, every third Saturday of the month. Run by our team of trustees and volunteers. Suitable for children of all ages and abilities, along with siblings, parents and carers. We provide a variety of activities with themed…Toutley RoadWokinghamRG41 1QN
- Sailing opportunities for people with visual and hearing impairments, physical disabilities and learning disabilities. Burghfield Sailing Club - Sailability Thursday: 6.00pm - 8.00pm, late April to early September. RYA qualified instructors.Burghfield Sailing ClubHangar RoadSulhamsteadReadingBerkshireRG7 4AP
Camp Mohawk is primarily open in school holidays, but some family and respite sessions are provided at weekends and after school in term time.
Groups and schools are welcome to contact us to make term time bookings.
Please get in touch or see our online calendar for details.Camp Mohawk is a multi-functional day centre for children with special needs, set in 5 acres of beautiful countryside, just outside Wargrave, Berkshire. Throughout the year the centre provides a range of activities, facilities and natural space to encourage children with a variety of special…Highfield LaneCrazies HillWargrave
- SaturdaysReading, Coley Park Classes 4 years to adult The classes are held at Coley Park Community Centre, 140 Wensley Road, Reading, RG1 6DW Classes are 50 mins long Your team is Vicky, Nicci, Maitreyee. Wheelchair only sessions also available. Booking essential Contact Vicky Andrews 07736…140Wensley RoadReadingBerkshireRG1 6DW
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